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Combined dorsiflexion-eversion

Significance.

This is a specific test to demonstrate anterior periostitis of the fibula.

Positioning.

The knee is slightly flexed and the ankle in neutral position. The examiner is distal to the foot. His ipsilateral hand supports the heel and the contralateral hand is placed against the plantar and lateral side of the foot. […]

PASSIVE TESTS OF THE SUBTALAR JOINT

Varus movement

Positioning.

The heel rests on the couch with the knee slightly flexed and the ankle in neutral position. The examiner is distal to the foot and grasps the heel between the clasped hands. In order to avoid movements in the ankle joint the talus is stabilized between tibial and fibular malleoli. This is […]

Passive medial rotation in prone position

The subject lies in the prone position with both knees flexed to a right angle. The examiner encircles both heels and performs a bilateral medial rotation. The range of movement is assessed by the twisted position of the feet.This test compares the range of internal rotation.

Common pathological situations:

• Lateral pain usually indicates a […]

Accessory Navicular

Basics Description

This anatomic variant consists of an accessory ossicle located at the medial edge of the navicular Accessory ossicles are derived from unfused ossification centers. Considered an incidental finding on radiographs, but may become symptomatic Classification: 3 major types of accessory navicular adjacent to the posteromedial navicular tuberosity Type I: Small, 3-mm sesamoid […]